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Hopkins Flag Football

Hopkins Flag Football Program


2019 Flag Football

In addition to tackle, Hopkins Football League (HFL) is offering a Co-ed Flag Football League to Incoming K- 6th graders.   

Program Goal:  Provide participants with introductory football skills instruction, strength and conditioning and a ton of fun playing flag football.

Hopkins Flag Football Weather Info

All weather information regarding cancellation of games or practices will be posted at the Hopkins Flag Football Twitter Feed.  This feed will be the official communication source and will be copied to our Flag Football website and Facebook account (but posting may be slightly delayed). Be sure to bookmark or follow for up-to-date weather information.

Bo Johnston

Flag Football Program Manager

Phone: 952-239-0403

2019 Flag Football Registration Link

Registration will close at the start of the season. Friend requests will not be considered after August 14th, 2019 at 11:59 p.m.  Kids registered after this date will be put onto teams based on even numbers.  

The Registration "Hopkins Flag Football" is not currently available.

2019 Flag Football Coach Registration

If you plan on volunteering as a Head Coach, Assistant Coach, or Flag Football Planning Team Member, please fill out this registration link.  Hopkins Football uses TrustedCoaches for background checks and required training and all coaches/planning team members are required to complete this certification.  

The Registration "Hopkins Flag Football" is not currently available.

Division Information

Division Grade Description Program Days Cost
Lombardi K-2 Introductory skills focused on gaining basic understanding of flag football. Skills include: positions, running/throwing/catching ball, basic routes. Saturday Mornings, 9/17 to 10/12 $85
Shula 3-4 Skills development with House & Interleague Play Wednesday Practices (starting 8/21) and Wednesday/Saturdays (9/4 to 10/12) $100
Madden 5-6 Skills refinement with House & Interleague Play. Wednesday Practices (starting 8/21) and Wednesday/Saturdays (9/4 to 10/12) $100

If you would like to request a scholarship, please email the contact to the right and do not continue with online registration.

General Program Dates

Lombardi (K-2) – Saturday mornings starting the weekend after Labor Day through the weekend before MEA Weekend.  Practice/games consist of a 30-minute skills practice followed by a 30 minute in-house league game.  2019 Dates – Saturday morning, September 7th through October 12th.

Shula (3-4) and Madden (5-6) – Wednesday practices starting two weeks before Labor Day and Wednesdays/Saturdays starting the week after Labor Day through the weekend before MEA Weekend.  Wednesday practice consisting of 90-minute practice for 4 weeks with conversion to 30 minute practice/60 minute game for last 4 weeks.  Saturdays consist of 30 minute practice with 60 minute game.  2019 Dates – Wednesdays from 5:30 to 7:00 starting August 21st to October 9th, Saturday Morning, September 7th through October 12th. 

Program Location & Interleague Opponents

Lombardi (K-2) – Hopkins High School, Field 11

Shula (3-4) and Madden (5-6) – Practice Location to be Hopkins High School, Field 11.  Games to be played on Hopkins High School turf field, Hopkins High School Varsity Stadium, or at Interleague Host Locations.  

2019 Interleague Opponents & Field Locations:

  • St. Louis Park Flag Football - Louisiana Oaks Fields
  • Wayzata Flag Football - Hopkins High School Only


Past Interleague Opponents

  • St. Louis Park Flag Football 
  • Richfield Flag Football
  • Wayzata Flag Football
Field Locations


All players will wear a team jersey and flag belt that will be provided by the association.  Players need to wear tennis shoes (cleats optional) and a mouth guard is required during practice and games. 


As with all Hopkins Football programs, we are heavily reliant on parent volunteers for our coaching and other operational requirements.  The Flag Football Program is not intended to be a “Drop-Off” league for parents.  All players MUST have a responsible party at practice/games (ridesharing and parents may be responsible for multiple kids as long you are not reliant on only a coach).